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October 28, 2014 - Margaret Hulbert, Vice President, Strategic Resources and Public Policy, United Way of Greater Cincinnati

Vote ‘Yes!’ for healthcare and drug treatment services

If you vote in Hamilton County, vote to support community services that are critical to achieving Bold Goals for Our Region in education, income and health.

Both levies generate needed funds for United Way agencies and initiatives.  Both levies are flat renewals of existing levies. Neither levy will increase taxes.

We are committed to building stronger, healthier communities by raising resources and developing partnerships that make a measurable difference in the health of our citizens.  Our Board of Directors and volunteers have reviewed these levies carefully and we believe they provide important services to our communities in an effective and efficient way.

We also urge you to consider the school levies in your community. While we do not review school levies for endorsement, public schools are key partners in education. Their work helps each child enter school ready to learn and leave school ready for work and life. There are several school levies on the ballot, including Cincinnati Public Schools.

What this place needs … your vote!

The most important thing to remember is to vote. Find out election times and poll locations by contacting your local Board of Elections. Get more information about what is on your ballot by contacting the League of Women Voters.


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Mark Silbersack is of council, Dinsmore & Shohl, and chair, UWGC Ballot Issues Committee

Margaret Hulbert is vice president of Strategic Resources and Public Policy, United Way of Greater Cincinnati